iHistory in educational journal

iHistory is being featured in an educational journal called Learning and Leading with Technology. This came about because I took part in some research about education and technology, which is being produced into a book by the International Society for Technology and Education.

They’ve put together an article that is a forerunner to the book. Go here for a look.


About Dave Fagg

I'm a dad, husband, and resident of a regional town in Bendigo. I earn a crust through freelance writing, and youth work. I am also studying sociology. When I'm not working I love reading on the couch, playing soccer with my son, and musing.
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6 Responses to iHistory in educational journal

  1. alexkoenig says:

    Hi Dave,
    by the way your project was mentioned and eduactional approach of “aural learning” explained in my course for history teachers at the University of Saarbrücken (Germany). I think you´ll get famous 😀
    Sending the best wishes over the ocean

  2. davefagg says:

    Thanks Alex – I appreciate the mention. Sometimes it feels like I’m not doing anything particularly remarkable, so thanks for the encouragement.

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  4. Suzie Boss says:

    Hey Dave–The article just went out this week. It’s the cover story! Hope it brings you some deserved attention.

  5. davefagg says:

    Great! Thanks for covering it…funnily, everyone at my school thought I wrote it. Hope you get lots of good feedback on it

  6. sandrar says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

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